Brexit commerce talks with India: ‘We do not duck the tough points’

UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said a post-Brexit free trade agreement with India could take many years, adding that the mutual benefits of securing a deal would be “enormous”.

During a three-day trip to India, Mr Raab told the BBC’s Rajini Vaidyanathan that the UK government would not hold back on human rights concerns in India but said the government would not allow this to “dwarf wider cooperation “.

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